We are the voice of Griffins everywhere.
Made up of people just like you — from every stage of life and profession — the Alumni Association Executive Council (AAEC) represents the needs and interests of alumni everywhere. At heart, we are a project-based working group dedicated to improving the alumni experience. The personality, focus, and composition of each project team varies widely, based on the nature of the work and the unique personalities of the individuals involved. Some projects require steady, consistent contributions, while others require only intermittent or periodic involvement. But no matter what the project, the goal is always the same: to connect alumni with each other and the School.
Meet the AAEC President
Sarah Howie ’09 is currently an MBA candidate at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Previously, Sarah spent three years as an Investment Manager within the Investment Office of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, an Atlanta-based Pediatric Healthcare System. Prior to joining Children’s, Sarah worked for Gulfstream Alternative Capital, a healthcare-focused private equity firm, and Quadriga Partners, an investment bank offering M&A and capital raising advisory services to healthcare companies. Sarah earned a Bachelor’s in Anthropology and Political Science from Emory University.
While at Pomfret, Sarah participated in the Pomfret Dance Company, in addition to playing tennis and squash. She was also a Prefect, Dean’s Assistant, Head Waiter, and Tour Guide during her four years.
In addition to the AAEC, Sarah serves on both the Young Professionals Board of Foreverfamily, a nonprofit supporting children of incarcerated parents, and the Future Leaders Board of Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities. Sarah grew up in Amagansett, New York, spent twelve years in Atlanta, Georgia, and now resides in Evanston, Illinois.